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The Alexamenos graffito is an inscription carved in plaster on a wall near the Palatine Hill in Rome. Dated from between the late 1st and late 3rd centuries, it is considered by some scholars to be among the earliest known pictorial representations of the Crucifixion of Christ.
The image shown is a human figure with the head of a Donkey. To the left is shown Alexamenos and below is a caption wirtten in Greek: 'Alexamenos Worships [his] God'.No comments
As of March 2015, 273 responses have been received.
17% are Atheists, 9.5% are agnostic.
31% do not believe in Hell, 38.5% describe Hell as a place of eternal separation from God, 14% describe it as a place of conscious eternal punishment.No comments